Review: Reflexology Plain & Simple

Reflexology Plain & Simple: The Only Book You'll Ever NeedReflexology Plain & Simple: The Only Book You’ll Ever Need by Sonia Jones
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

As is with all of the Plain & Simple series, Reflexology is a diminutive book coming in at 131 pages. The book has a decent amount of helpful illustrations though the author, Sonia Jones, suggests that you use an additional book “Gray’s Anatomy” — so much for the sub-title “The Only Book You’ll Ever Need.” I enjoyed learning the basics of Reflexology but the last chapter meandered off course with basic self-help and aromatherapy and fizzled at the end . It’s almost as if the author was padding the book at the last minute.

Jones also suggests that you highlight or flag material in Chapter 5 for future reference. Why not give us an Index? Would that have been so hard? Instead of a “Word About Water”, where we are encouraged to drink water, how about an Index of your book?

All in all, it is a good book and I suggest checking this one out at the library.

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